15 On-Trend Pieces for Fall on Major Sale at Nordstrom

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Fall is in full effect, but our wardrobe still isn’t quite there yet! We need more pieces to perfect our fall closet, and we need them now. But…is it okay if we also grab them while they’re on sale?

Of course! Nordstrom has plenty of fashionable fall finds marked down right now, including ultra-trendy items specifically to suit fall 2022. Shop our picks below!

1. Our Absolute Favorite: Another fall, another season of faux-leather jackets. They just keep getting better and better, as evidenced by this BLANKNYC moto jacket — originally $98, now $49!

2. We Also Love: Shackets are 100% still in style. This Thread & Supply shirt jacket is irresistible with its cozy fleece and fun colors — originally $49, now starting at $36!

3. We Can’t Forget: The mixed-media design of this Sam Edelman coat is totally eye-catching. A great pick for ultra-chilly days!

4. In-Vested: Sweater vests are very much making another comeback for this fall. This BP. cable-knit vest will be a handy layering piece — originally $49, now starting at $20!

5. Cozy Crew: Color-blocking has been popular for a while now, but the asymmetrical design of this Topshop crew-neck sweater is what makes it stand out for 2022 — originally $69, now $45!

6. So Slouchy: Love the slouchy, oversized look? Elevate it with this Free People Marlie pullover — originally $108, now $65!

7. Smooth as Silk: This Reformation blouse is made with 100% real silk, and its flattering ruching makes it a must-have for Us — originally $168, now $118!

8. Blazer Babe: Blazers are not just for the office! Wear this Good American blazer with jeans, mini dresses and more — originally $159, now starting at just $70!

9. Jean Queen: The wider the jeans, the better. These Paige wide leg jeans are more than worth the splurge, especially on sale — originally $249, now $199!

10. High-Pile Heaven: Doesn’t it make you so happy when cozy pieces align with cute trends? This The North Face fleece pullover is a cold weather essential — originally $89, now $53!

11. Croc Boss: This croc-embossed Halogen pencil skirt will make you feel like a million bucks — originally $99, now $59!

12. Layer Up: The layered design of this Free People thermal top is too cool, as is the space-dye coloring — originally $68, now $41!

13. For Special Occasions: Winter wedding? Fancy date night? Check out this long-sleeve Shona Joy cocktail dress — originally $320, now starting at $224!

14. Dreamy Denim: Your everyday style is about to level up with the help of this Roxy collared denim shirt — originally $56, now $22!

15. Last but Not Least: How adorable are the smiling flower appliqués on this Smiley x By Samii Ryan hoodie? We love, love, love — originally $88, now $53!

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15 Fashion Trends of the Past that Today’s Designers haven’t Copied … Yet

Fashion tends to repeat itself … a lot. In fact sometimes it’s seems that is all it does is ‘borrow’ from another decade, another era. But let’s take a gander at some very interesting styles that today’s designers haven’t yet sent down the catwalk….

1. Embroidered Knee Highs

Knee highs were like, so hot in the 60s, again in the 90s when Cher from Clueless single-handedly made them popular again and they’ve even re-surfaced onto the style scene in recent seasons. But no one has brought back these exquisitely embroidered knee highs or stockings, that were all the rage in the 18th and 19th century…

French silk stockings with metallic thread embroidery, late 18th century

Stockings ca. 1795-1799 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

French Cherry print cotton stockings 1870

2. The Chopine: A Peep-Toe Gravity-Defying Shoe complete with Tassels

Popular throughout the Renaissance, the chopine was a tall clog worn in primarily in Venice to elevate the lady above both the dirt and the hoi polloi of the street. While relatively few shoes survive from the period of the 15th to 17th century, chopines are inordinately represented in museum collections as they were saved most probably due to their outlandish peculiarity.

3. Embroidered Russian Bodices

This is quite sweet is it not? Deserving of a comeback I say.

4. French Wrought Iron Corsets

Oh why the hell not hey? This fine example dating back to the late 16th century is from the collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute. According to Marquise de La Tour du Pin (French aristocrat 1770-1853) this popular style of corsets ”severely restricted its wearer’s movements, especially around the arms” and wearers often reported heart palpitations and shortness of breath. A few tweaks here & there and it’ll be all the rage again!

5. The Bustle: For a butt like Kim Kardashian

A 19th century closet-staple for ladies, I see another endoresement deal on the horizon for Kim K.

6. The Peter Pan Collar for Men

With men’s fashion returning to the age of the gentleman and old-fashioned tailoring, I can see this turn of the century shirt re-surfacing for the hipsters.

7. Hidden Messages Jewelry

I would love to get my hands on this magical ring made in France between 1830 and 1860 with the words ‘Je t’aime’ hidden underneath. How romantic!

8. Early 20th century Swimming Dresses

This is supposed to be a bathing suit but I’m thinking long walk in the French countryside picking berries…

9. Victorian Boho Hair

Sort of like the bed hair trend but better.

10. 1920s Egyptian Hieroglyphics Gloves

French Egyptian Revival Leather Gloves c. 1925. The fashion world has certainly explored Egyptian fashion in jewelery and makeup before but I’ve never seen anything quite like these 1920s gloves embroidered with Egyptian hieroglyphics. I wouldn’t mind a pair of these for winter!

and these Pharaoh Earrings to match…

These would have made Cleopatra jealous! Antique enameled pharaoh earrings from the 1870s.

11. Accessorizing with Plants

Why not add a little nature to an evening look with a revival of the 1820s plant sash? Taking ‘florals’ for spring to a new level.

12. Georgian Eye Broaches

Quirky before their time, Georgian fashionistas wore these mysterious eye broaches or rings, often depicting the eye of their romantic interest.

High-Waisted Bloomers and Tube socks

Sorry this look can’t be included on the list of trends yet to be copied; it’s essentially American Apparel’s entire summer collection in a nutshell.

13. Quirky Tights

Okay so there are definitely some pretty wacky ladies tights available on the market but take a look at these…

Boyfriend tights

A 1920s fashionista wears tights with portrait of her boyfriend printed on them.

Peekaboo Calf Tights

14. Insane Headgear

Peacock headdress, circa 1913

The red carpet would be so much more interesting to watch if we could see celebrities sporting these elaborate creations … (granted Cher had a go but the trend only went as far as the drag queen clubs).

Early 1910′s, Musidora:

1920s Beaded Headdress:

15. The Burrito Winter Coat

(Modeled by Greta Garbo in the 1920’s)

Simple really, the idea is to look as close to a human burrito as possible. Faaaaabulous.

Maryan Barbara
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